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2004 Sedan: Wheel Bearing? Need Socket Sizes

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Old 04-03-2018, 04:33 PM
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Default 2004 Sedan: Wheel Bearing? Need Socket Sizes

Its really bad noise coming from front passenger. Rotational clunking sound with vibrations, very loud. Basically got the car for free, just need to make this repair. Was told by previous owner it was a wheel bearing. Should I go ahead just buy the part, or take everything apart first? Also, having trouble finding what sockets I need, 32mm for main nut? Its a 2004 Sebring Sedan 2.4l VIN: 1C3EL46X84N284001 Would like to do this soon. Thanks for any help.
 
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Old 04-04-2018, 12:12 PM
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You should be able to narrow it down by jacking up the front end and turning the wheel either by hand or under power. Spend a little money on a shop manual like a Haynes or Chilton's to get an idea as to whether you and your toolbox are ready. It's not a bad idea to pull it apart before buying the part. That way, you'll be able to take the old part to the part store to compare it to the new one right there to make sure it's correct. If you discover any other things while going in, you can pick up those parts at the same time.
 
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